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Windows Vista don't recognize camera's HDD - unknown USB device. When I connect camera in PC whith Windows XP - No problem. Help with USB drivers for Vista. My camera - JVC GZ-MG155 I can't find drivers for my Everio GZ-MG130U... hooked up USB cable... usb not found... VISTA did not even recognize that there was new hardware... my camera did not find USB either ???? I need pics & video off this camera today.

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Lets see if there are vista drivers available for your product.

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Then i think its nt compatiable with vista

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